Independent from Long Beach, California on March 17, 1966 · Page 6
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State College's Dr. Robert E. Tyndall to Head LB. Symphony Association 30-Day Outlook h Coolish WASHINGTON Wi --The, ture* wer» forecast for most Weather B u r e a u forecast;of the Eastern half of the W e d n e s d a y below-normal {nation. Dr. Robert E. Tyndall, professor of music at Long ulred Beach State College, has been elected president of the Long Beach Symphony Association, succeeding M r s . E a r l J. Marks Jr. Tyndall Is chairman of the compensation (except any salaried personnel employed association's music committee, plays bassoon and contrabassoon in the Long Beach Symphony Orchestra, writes program notes for the Con cert Magazine and is active as a composer. Other new officers electee Tuesday night by association b o a r d members in their Chamber of Commerce head quarters are Mrs. Malcoln Todd, first vice president Charles Evett, second vice president; Carl Wellard, sec retary, and Clarence Knox treasurer. * · · · THEY and newly elected board members will be in stalled June 1. . The resignation of Lauri .Jones, conductor of the Lon ·Breach Symphony, was ac tcepted effective June 30, an the board voted to send him ·letter of appreciation for hi 10 years of service with th orchestra. 'Dr. Tyndall was appointe to head a recommendation committee which will inter view applicants for the pos of interim music director to share the podium with a number of guest conductors during the coming season. The association expects to have engaged a permanent conductor by the following, season. BY-LAWS adopted June 8, 1965, read: "The board shall engage a musical director who shall formulate and carry into effect the musical policies submitted by him and approved by the hoard." Other members of the recommendations committee are Varde Van Voris and Rocco Leggett, members n f j the orchestra; Fred Ohlen-j dorf, supervisor of music for; Long Beach Unified School District; Dr. Gerald Strang, chairman of the music department at Long Beach State College; and Dr. G e r a l d Daniel, dean of instruction at! Long Beach City College. T h e i r r e c o m m e n d a- tions will be made to members of the executive committee, Mrs. Marks, William Maschal, Mrs. John Dale, Kenneth Delene, Mrs. Malcolm Todd, Dr. Lester De- Noyelles, Knox, Dr. Paul Woudenberg and M o t t e l l Peek. They will then be submitted to the board of directors who will elect the musical director. * * * * AT THE annual meeting of the association March 11 in the Petroleum Club these new board members were elected j to three-year terms: Drs. Robert Frankenfeld, John A. Lepick, Leon .1. Pinsker and Strang; Richard B r o w n i n g , A l t o n Drew.j George Himmelbauer. David j Kline, Harold A. Lingle, Jack! Smith and James Worshanr. 1 Mmes. Burton Ben well, Walter Crawford, Jack Palacios, Bernard Pelton, Marilyn Pi- warzyk and David Tallichet; and Miss Helen Kennedy. Present members re-elected to three-year terms are Dr. DeNoyelles; Knox. Maschall: and Mmes. John Harris, Harold Hodges and Leroy Hyde. Jack Enlow and Edward Thompson were elected Tuesday night to fill vacancies created by the resignations of Wallace D. Arntzen and Gordon C. Young. Newly elected m e m b e r s and holdover members bring Two Arrested in Gun Spree NEWHALL UP)--Two 17-j year-old boys have been a r - i rested on suspicion of firing, five shots into the sheriff's! substation, deputies said. i The youths allegedly fired the shots as they drove past the station early last Saturday morning. Bullets ripped: the walls near where deputies! and a matron were working,! but no one was hit. The suspects, taken to juvenile hall, were traced T u e s d a y through ballistic tests run on the recovered bullets, deputies said. Envoy to Wed Aide LEOPOLDVILLE, The Congo iflr)_u.S. Ambassador G. McMurtrie Godley will marry his secretary, Mrs. Elizabeth McCray Johnson of Athens. Greece, March 26, in Leopold-! ville. it was a n n o u n c e d ! Wednesday. I the board to a tola" of 50 re- by the by-laws. Objects of the Symphony "Usociition as defined in the y-laws are: --1. To maintain · nonprofit cial advancement of the com orporation c o m p o s e d of munity ' members serving w i t h o u t by the board of directors) for nonsectarian and nonpolitlcal. chestra. 2. Tht corporation shall be the purpose of stimulating the musical, cultural and so- S. To promote student musician auditions, offering suitable cash prizes and the auYoi.v» U o.» TM ".. --.» iity primarily through the opportunity of appearing with medium of a symphony or-1 the orchestra. temperatures over most of the Western half of the nation tailed for over north and for the next 30 days. Near- normal temperatures were expected in northern b o r d e r states and western portions of the central and northern Plains. "Subnormal precipitation Is INOOTNOCNT.-fattA.ll middle Atlantic Coast states as well as over western por-j tions of the southern Plains and central and southern portions of the Pacific Coast" Kam-chat'ka THE IN''VODKA. Above-average t e m p e r a-| the bureau said. 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